Category: Volunteer Opportunities (page 2 of 8)

Writing the Land Internship, NatureCulture (Remote)

Writing the Land is a project which connects poets with land trust protected lands. We create a yearly anthology with a chapter for each land trust. Internship duties and responsibilities are to help formulate an innovative strategy of outreach to urban land trusts and to poet communities of color and cultural diversity (both urban and rural). This is an unpaid internship available as a spring semester (March, April, May) and/or a summer semester (June, July, August) internship. Hours are flexible; an average of 4 hours per week with more available if desired.

Position posted January 26, 2021.

Volunteer, New Entry Sustainable Farming Project (Greater Boston, MA)

Consider volunteering with New Entry! They strive to build relationships with their volunteers so that all may learn from one another. Their dedicated volunteers are vital to the success of their programs and their work transforming the food system, in New England and beyond.

Here are some ways you can get involved:

  • Become a Share Packer at the Food Hub-generally Monday and Wednesday afternoons June-October
  • Become a Farm Volunteer– help with planting, weeding, harvesting, and other miscellaneous field tasks! Flexible timing- Monday through Thursday, May- October
  • Become a License Plate Advocate– year-round, can easily accomodate varying schedules
  • Join them or bring your group for an on-the-farm project-we welcome school and professional groups March-November
  • Other ideas– what do you bring to the table? How would you like to get involved? Let them know!

They welcome all people who want to learn more about the food system to join them in volunteer roles. They are excited to work with you as we all become more knowledgeable and engaged in our local food system.

Learn more here.

Various Internship and Volunteer Opportunities, Engage Globally (Remote)

Engage Globally has a wide variety of online volunteer and internship opportunities available. Examples are described below. Volunteer and Intern commitments range from a few hours to as long as you have available. Volunteers and Interns receive guidelines via email and access to the projects on Google Drive. Each project is self-contained and can be completed whenever the volunteer has available time. If you are interested in helping, please email anytime. 

Learn more and apply here.

#COP26 Tufts Representative, United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) annual Conference of the Parties (COP)

Passionate about climate change, environmental justice, or international relations? Want to discover how you can take part in global climate negotiations and learn about the latest in environmental politics?

Apply to represent Tufts University at the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) annual Conference of the Parties (COP). Through their status as observers, the Tufts delegates gain important insight into the discussions that frame global climate change policy and action.

ALL members of the Tufts community, including undergraduate students, graduate students, faculty, staff and alumni, are eligible to apply to attend COP. 

Click here for more details and to submit your first round application by June 15th, 2020.

Journal Reviewer, The Journal of Sustainability Education (Various Locations)

One of the biggest challenges The Journal of Sustainability Education faces in publishing each issue of the JSE is finding peer reviewers. Each issue can require over 30 reviewers to help to ensure the quality of publication in JSE. They work on an open review model that allows you to enter our back-end review system (RATS), view the submission and fill in the very simple review form with your suggestions and comments to the author. Their peer review goals are to:

  1. Strive for highest possible understanding of the work being reviewed.
  2. Eloquently express your understanding of the work in a short summary.
  3. From the basis of your own expertise, reflect thoughtfully on the clarity of the work, its significance, and contribution to the field.
  4. Provide feedback that will improve the work’s clarity, significance, and contribution to the field.
  5. Express your feedback in comments directed to the author and/or the larger audience for this work.

The Journal of Sustainability Education is seeking interested and qualified individuals to join the JSE Review Board. Please be sure to let them know your institutional affiliation (if any), something about your qualifications, and what kinds of articles you would be interested in reviewing.  Please complete the form below to join The Journal of Sustainability Education team.

Learn more and apply here.

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